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Catalogue No: NOV016346
Shop Product Code: 245626P
Little Organ Book

Status: Usually despatched within 24 - 48 hours

Arranger: Neary, Martin

Department: Piano, Keyboard & Organ - Organ

Instrumentation: Organ

Publisher: Novello

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Grade Exam Music

This product includes pieces featured in grade exams. Click on a grade to view the full syllabus.

ABRSM Organ from 20117
Eleven pieces for solo Organ from the 19th to the 21st century. Selected and edited by Martin Neary.

'An imaginative kaleidoscope of attractive pieces. There is much to enjoy in this wide-ranging collection.' - John Scott LVO, Organist and Director of Music, Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, New York

'A valuable collection for organists. The fact that it is published in aid of such an important cause makes it all the more appealing.' - James O'Donnell, Organist & Master of the Choristers, Westminster Abbey, Visiting Professor of Organ, Royal Academy of Music

'Containing stimulating music for professional and amateur alike, this beautifully produced volume is one of the highest quality and useful Organ albums to have been released in years. You should buy a copy - you won't regret it.' - Jonathan Vaughn (Choir & Organ - March/April 2011)

Produced in association with the Organists' Charitable Trust, with the support of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Trust, this is a collection of 11 pieces for solo organ (ABRSM Grade 6-7). Featuring previously-unpublished works by Howells and Rutter, and new works by Philip Moore and three "rising stars", David Bednall, Iain Farrington and Thomas Hewitt Jones. Selected and edited by Martin Neary.
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Contents and Reviews

Contents

Andante Pathetique [Stainer, John] Bluesday [Farrington, Iain] Carnival [Hewitt Jones, Thomas] Cradle Song [Howells, Herbert] Dialogue No.2 [Hurford, Peter] Fanfare - Processional [Bednall, David] Fanfare For A Bride [Spicer, Paul] Meditation [Bridge, J. Frederick] Paean [Moore, Philip] Prelude: 'Te Lucis Ante Terminum' [Rutter, John] White Note Paraphrase [MacMillan, James]